there was a scaled back version that was subsequently put forward, that you could still lose your medical license, you could get financial penalties. that was subsequently overturned by a federal judge, but it's being appealed. so, yes, it could be even a step further in some of these states, even a step further than what's in the affordable care act. >> why would, sanjay -- what would an example be of why a doctor would ask a patient about owning a gun? >> i think the big thing here is they're not that it's anti-guns, trying to get rid of guns, they're trying to figure out what the safety protocol should be. i went to the doctor a couple months of ago, i go every year, they ask me about all sorts of things, knowing that i have small children in the house, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, swimming pools, and they asked me about guns as well. it's a public health perspective. if you look over a two-year period, for example, what you come to find for children between the ages of 5 to 14, it is guns that are the third leading cause of death.